Air New Zealand Set to Resume 14 International Routes in July

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Jun 30. Air New Zealand says it will resume service of 14 international routes in 15 days. Effective July 9, the airline will have three quarters of its international and domestic routes back up and running after around 820 days of not operating.

With these routes back in action, the airline will be operating 60 percent of its international capacity, the most international flying in the last two years. The airline will have three quarters of its international and domestic routes back up and running with popular destinations like Honolulu, Houston and Tahiti restarting after 820 days of not operating.

Air New Zealand’s Boeing 777-300 aircraft will also be back flying passengers, helping add roughly 40,000 seats per week in July on the international network. Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Greg Foran says it takes a village to get the airline back up and running and says he is incredibly proud of the sheer amount of work the team at Air New Zealand has put in to get to this moment.

Air New Zealand’s selected restart schedule is as follows: Auckland-Honolulu, starting July 4 with three flights per week; Auckland to Tahiti starting July 6 with two flights a week; Auckland to New Caledonia starting July 6 with two flights per week; Auckland to Houston starting July 7 with three flights per week; Auckland to Adelaide starting July 6 with three-four flights per week; Auckland to Cairns starting July 5 with three flights per week.

Source: Insider Travel Report

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